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  1. 1. MENU Critical Reading Presentaion Topic 01 Identifying Text Type Group 4 03
  2. 2. MENU Text Type Element Genres Group MENU Critical Reading Presentaion Topic 01 Identifying Text Type Group 4 03
  3. 3. MENU Text Type Element Genres Group Group 4 1. Muhammad Naufal Kurniawan (2201421074) 2. Febriyana Dwiyati (2201421070) 3. Muhammad Haifan Wafa’ (2201421073) 4. Fariekha Kamila Oktasya (2201421076) 5. Aninda Ratna Septiani (2201421082) 6. Ganes Devita Rahmawati (2201421068)
  4. 4. MENU Text Type Element Genres Group TEXT 2 Genre macro : Evaluating Genre micro : Argument Text type : Discussion Purpose : To present arguments about parents that have children happier than parents that don’t have children. TEXT 5 Genre macro : Evaluating Genre micro : Argument Text type : Exposition Purpose : To show biden’s argument about how america wants to be a country that is always able to contribute to world issues
  5. 5. MENU Text Type Element Genres Group A. Genre Elements: -Title : So we’d be happier as empty nester parents? That’s rubbish -Issue : Parents that have children are happier than parents that don’t have children. -Statement : Christoph Becker and his colleagues at Heidelberg University in Germany have discovered that people with kids are actually happier than people without – so long as the kids have left home. -Argument pro : This may be selfish, but the thought of them leaving fills me with a sense of loss. -Argument contra: But according to an even newer cross-sectional survey of parents, this is a load of pants. Using the established qualitative research method of the one-to-one interview, I asked my partner and the mother of my children what she thought. Certainly not true for us, she said. I then extended the focus group by asking myself what I thought – nah, bollocks, I told myself. -Conclusion : Parents will be happier if they have children at home than parents who do not have children at home. B. Language Features -people with kids are actually happier than people without – -But according to an even newer cross-sectional survey of parents -Certainly not true for us, she said. -This may be selfish, but the thought of them leaving fills me with a sense of loss. -to be honest I should never have been allowed to touch the garden -and I think we occasionally bring them joy too -We’d love them to be independent and spread their wings one day, but in the meantime we all have a great time together. -And I’m yet to meet a syndrome I want to sign up to. -…to understand my kids, so why would I want to offload them now? TEXT 2
  6. 6. Text 5 A. Genre Elements: -Title : Remarks by President Biden Before the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly -Issue : Instead of continuing to fight the wars of the past, we are fixing our eyes on devoting our resources to the challenges that hold the keys to our collective future: ending this pandemic; addressing the climate crisis; managing the shifts in global power dynamics; shaping the rules of the world on vital issues like trade, cyber, and emerging technologies; and facing the threat of terrorism as it stands today. The point of this is to rebuild the world for the better. -Thesis : As a global community, we’re challenged by urgent and looming crises wherein lie enormous opportunities if — if — we can summon the will and resolve to seize these opportunities. -Argument : 1. This is a turning point in the history of how America intends to answer those questions - whether they choose to fight for a shared future or not - that will resonate with generations to come, as well as the new administration's commitment to working with partners and allies to help lead the world towards a future of prosperity and peace for all. 2. To deal with a global pandemic, collective action of science and political will is needed because the force of arms alone cannot fight COVID-19. In addition, there is a need for a new mechanism to finance global health security that is armed with adequate tools to monitor and identify emerging pandemics so that immediate action can be taken. For example, the distribution of vaccines by plane by the US that has landed in 100 countries is a bit of a 'dose of hope' for all people in the world. 3. The climate crisis without limits in the form of extreme weather which is called the code red for humanity by the Secretary- General requires every country to carry its ambitions in determining good climate policies. Good climate policies not only address climate problems, but also have a positive impact on the economic sector. For example, it raises opportunities for well-paying jobs, which in the long run can improve the quality of life. To support climate action in developing countries, America will lead public climate finance by doubling down on international public finance and working with Congress and private and other capital raising.
  7. 7. Text 5 4. The technological era has the potential to unleash and reshape every aspect of human existence. To that end, they work closely with democratic partners to ensure that progress in various fields can lead in a positive direction. 5. To reach a peaceful resolution, the United States stands ready to work with any country to address threats such as COVID-19, climate change, terrorism, and nuclear proliferation in an effort to achieve this, America is committed to preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons and is ready to prevent terrorist threats both now and in the future with local partners to minimize large-scale military deployments. 6. Corruption fuels inequality, drains state resources, spreads across borders, and afflicts people. It is a national security threat that makes people come down to demand that the government meet the basic needs of society, give it a fair chance to succeed, and protect God-given rights. To that end, America is committed to using international resources and platforms to support the voice of justice with transparent and sustainable investments to maintain high labor and environmental standards and infrastructure as a strong foundation that enables low- and middle-income communities to grow and thrive. 7. America will continue to be the world's largest contributor to humanitarian aid. To that end, the US made a $10 billion commitment to ending hunger and investing in food systems at home and abroad. 8. The future will belong to those who unleash the potential of their people by supporting the rights of all their citizens without discrimination of race, ethnicity, and religion. -Reiteration/Conclusion : All the unmatched strength, energy, commitment, will and resources of our nation today are fully focused on what is in front of us, not what is behind. I know this: As we look to the future, we will lead. We will lead all the biggest challenges of the times us — from COVID to climate, peace and security, human dignity and human rights. But we won't do it alone. We will lead together with our Allies and partners and cooperate with all who believe, as we do, that it is our strength to meet this challenge, to build a future that lifts all our people and preserve the planet.
  8. 8. MENU Text Type Element Genres Group B. Language Features ~Use words that qualify ~Use words that link argument 1. And in that chorus of voices across languages and continents, we hear a common cry: a cry for dignity — simple dignity. 2. The authoritarianism of the world may seek to proclaim the end of the age of democracy, but they’re wrong. 3. We will lead on all the greatest challenges of our time — from COVID to climate, peace and security, human dignity and human rights. But we will not go it alone. 4. we’re challenged by urgent and looming crises wherein lie enormous opportunities if — if — we can summon the will and resolve to seize these opportunities. 5. And I’m here today to share with you how the United States intends to work with partners and allies to answer these questions and the commitment of my new administration to help lead the world toward a more peaceful, prosperous future for all people
  9. 9. MENU Critical Reading Thank You 01 Identifying Text Type Group 4 03

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